Ana Trillo

Mata Ortiz and
Casas Grandes

Mimbres bat and geometric design on a black on tan plate
 

Ana Trillo de Corona was taught how to make pottery by Elvira Guillen de Escarsega, the wife of Damian Quezada, back in the 1990's.

In the early years of her career she usually worked with red clays and created many jars and wedding vases, many of which were fired black using the oxygen reduction process. Lately she seems to have moved to working with white and tan clays to make plates and bowls.

Ana usually decorates in black (sometimes with some red bits in her design), using Paquime and Mimbres designs mixed with some contemporary elements.


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